Weihnachts-Fruchte / Christmas Fruits

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  • “haha i was ok with this tea because i don’t mind hibiscus. That said, for a tea advertised as vanilla cinnamon, it’s mostly just sorta vanilla hibiscus. I really like these tea bags because i can...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Sipdown 2020! 21/365 Thanks to Roswell Strange for this sample! I randomly grabbed a teabag a couple nights ago; it turned out to be Christmas fruits, but I figured I’d try it anyhow. My first...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Oh no. Very no. Hibiscus overload. Maybe 10 minutes was way too much and maybe I knew that in my heart. Regardless, it’s cinnamon and hibiscus fruity and I picked it because it’s best before date...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Well, it’s a little bit past Christmas but that didn’t stop me from brewing this one up. It’s supposed to be a fruit blend, with cinnamon and vanilla? I kind of tasted the cinnamon, but certainly...” Read full tasting note

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Fruits with Cinnamon and Vanilla.

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haha i was ok with this tea because i don’t mind hibiscus. That said, for a tea advertised as vanilla cinnamon, it’s mostly just sorta vanilla hibiscus. I really like these tea bags because i can make tea without focusing too much on it. While i didn’t mind the tea – i don’t feel like it’s very true to what it’s trying to be.

VariaTEA

I’ve been enjoying the Floragold teabags as well for that reason.

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Sipdown 2020! 21/365

Thanks to Roswell Strange for this sample! I randomly grabbed a teabag a couple nights ago; it turned out to be Christmas fruits, but I figured I’d try it anyhow. My first impression was fantastic – the vanilla/cinnamon aroma upon opening the packet was quite delicious! It smelled a bit Christmassy (orange? cloves?), but with those two flavours featuring more prominently than usual. However… apparently they also chose to “feature” hibiscus, which was obvious the moment the water hit the teabag and a dark red/purple started pouring out. I didn’t let it steep too long, but I don’t think the overwhelming amount of hibiscus could have been avoided. It may as well have just been called a hibiscus spice tea, although I think even that sounds tastier than it actually was.

Sadly, this was a flop, made all the more sad because it smelled so good at first, and I was actually excited! I did drink it, however.

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Oh no. Very no. Hibiscus overload. Maybe 10 minutes was way too much and maybe I knew that in my heart. Regardless, it’s cinnamon and hibiscus fruity and I picked it because it’s best before date was the last day in November. With that said, I don’t think that factored into the hibiscus overload that made the cup not that enjoyable. Thanks for sharing Roswell Strange but this was not for me.

Sil

You must be one with the hubby :)

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Well, it’s a little bit past Christmas but that didn’t stop me from brewing this one up. It’s supposed to be a fruit blend, with cinnamon and vanilla? I kind of tasted the cinnamon, but certainly didn’t get any vanilla from the flavour. It’s also very, very dominantly fruity – primarily a mix of hibiscus tartness, acidified apple, and raisin. Really in your face flavours and nothing I would associate with “Christmas”.

I wasn’t a fan.

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